Photo by Ric Webb It's been a tough season for the Daniel Boone Orioles.

Exeter

The Blue Jays began the week at home against a tough Norchester team. The Blue Jays broke a 3-3 tie with a run in the bottom of the eighth and defeated Norchester, 4-3.

The run was produced on a RBI single by Austin Zientek which scored Scott Galbraith who began the inning with a single.

Derian Sarlate had two hits to lead the Exeter offense. Jake Lloyd pitched seven strong innings for the Jays, allowing just two hits with eight strike outs.

Exeter held a 3-0 lead until Norchester came back with two runs in the seventh and one in the eighth to tie the game.

The Blue Jays battle Conrad Weiser in a doubleheader on June 23, with each team winning a game.

In the opener, Exeter scored six runs in the bottom of the fifth to spark a 9-4 victory.

Derian Sarlat led the Exeter offense with a single and two RBIs, while Andrew Hertzog smacked a two-run homer.

Dylan Richards was the winning pitcher, allowing two runs in six innings of work.

In the second game, Exeter was blanked by Conrad Weiser, 1-0, despite getting eight hits in the game, while Weiser had just two hits.

Cisco Reyes and Aaron Gentry each had two hits for Exeter.

Shillington

The Red Sox have had a rough season so far, but they came up with a big win against West Lawn on June 22. The Sox scored two runs in the first, two in the third and two in the fourth on their way to a 7-3 victory.

Nate Reigner led the Shillington offense with three hits (two singles and a double), three RBIs and a run scored. Tanner DeLucia and Zach Weidner each had three hits.

Buddy Ebersole was the winning pitcher.

In a non-league game, Shillington was defeated by Newburgh, New York, 8-7. Sean Heckman had two hits including a double and one RBI.

On June 23, the Red Sox were shutout by Boyertown, 7-0. Shillington managed just three hits in the game, they were doubles by Tanner DeLucia, Doug McFarland and John Catchmark.

Catchmark took the mound loss.

Daniel Boone

The Daniel Boone Orioles traveled to Norchester on June 23 and came home with a 10-1 loss. Norchester jumped on the Orioles early, scoring one in the first, four in the second and third in the third inning.

Boone had just four hits in the game, as Noah Coratnick took the mound loss.